Making your Name: Duelling the Black Ribbon
This page contains details about Fallen London Actions.
You have agreed to duel with the members of the Black Ribbon Society. You will need to prepare for such titanic engagements.
With A Name Scrawled in Blood 6 the name of the storylet changes to Duelling the Black Ribbon and another paragraph appears.
|Have you advanced the story?||2nd paragraph|
|Yes||From a comfortable chair in the backroom of the Blind Helmsman, Father Norton keeps the books and makes the necessary arrangements for the bouts.|
[Find the rest of the story at https://www.fallenlondon.com]
Storylet appears in The Blind Helmsman
|Sparring with ring fighters||1-33||82||+3 RB||+1 Wounds|
|Find out more about the Black Ribbon duellists||1-50||74||+2 RB (Rare: +3)||+2 Wounds|
|Arrange a duel outside the Black Ribbon||26-75||84|| +3 RB
| -1 RB|
|Study the fighting styles of the other duellists||34-66||78|| +2 RB
+5 Cryptic Clue
| -1 RB|
|Scout a battlefield||51-100||80||+3 RB||+2 Wounds|
|Exercise for rough health||67-100||76||+2 RB||+1 Wounds|
|Deal with your wounds|
|Issue a challenge to a duel|
While A Name Scrawled in Blood is 5, this page is named 'Making your Name: Duelling the Black Ribbon'.
Airs of London requirements for the old page: With old page name we had: Find out more: 2-48 (Max 0-52),Arrange a Duel: 28-74 (Max 26-80),Study the Fighting Styles: 36-66,Sparring: 36-100 (Max 33-100),Scout a Battlefield: 53-100 (Max 49-100),Exercise: 67-100
Best Level for Challenge:
Gives the level that one should take the challenge in order to minimize the expected number of actions in order to succeed. Calculated assuming that:
(a) preparation with highest increase (i.e. 3) is always taken, and always successful (Dangerous >= 140).
(b) cost for Wounds recieved is not taken into account.
Expected Number of Actions:
The expected number of actions spent to succeed the challenge if one tries the challenge as soon as the "best level for challenge" is reached, assuming (a) and (b). The calculation is exact, and rounded to +/-0.005. If (a) does not hold, one can obtain an estimate by multiplying the number given by the expected gain in preparation per action divided by the maximum gain in preparation per action (not an exact estimate in general).